Turmish was the language of the Turami people and the official tongue of Turmish.[1][2][3]

Speakers[edit | edit source]

Besides in the nation of Turmish, Turmic was spoken by folk living in Chessenta, Cormyr, Impiltur, Sembia, Thesk, the Vast, the Vilhon Reach, the Western Heartlands, and along the Dragon Coast.[4][5]

Script[edit | edit source]

Turmic employed the Thorass alphabet,[2][3] which the Turami learned from trade with the Chondathans and Calishites.[3]

History[edit | edit source]

Turmic was a lone branch of the Thorass language family.[6]

Examples[edit | edit source]

Names[edit | edit source]

Common Turmic names for women included Balama, Dona, Faila, Jalana, Luisa, Marta, Quara, Selise, and Vonda. Turmic names for males included Anton, Diero, Marcon, Pieron, Rimardo, Romero, Salazar, and Umbero. Common Turmic surnames were Agosto, Astorio, Calabra, Domine, Falone, Marivaldi, Pisacar, and Ramondo.[7]

Dictionary[edit | edit source]

  • Amarast - the word that meant a respectful goodbye.[9]
  • Coluk - to absorb[10]
  • Lammer - too much[8]

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